SAP S/4 HANA
Modern technology with the industrial leader
The new SAP
Why to use S/4 HANA?
SAP’s current flagship offers state-of-the-art, high-performance ERP solutions. Especially high performance through in-memory storage technology and uniform and documented interfaces make SAP S/4 HANA a system of the future.
More standardized and faster
Those who have already converted to S/4 HANA will benefit from standardized interfaces. Information exchange in XML data format based on the REST API standard. This makes the integration of cioplenu into your SAP HANA cheaper and faster to implement.
Uniform data basis
Free and lean data flows
Parts lists, WBS elements, material numbers, contact persons, product groups, orders, work sequences – all relevant data that has already been entered and stored in SAP HANA is now also available on the cioplenu platform at your disposal.
cioplenu – SAP S/4 HANA system architecture
Transparency over the whole system
Would an integration make sense?
By this, all existing data records can be viewed and edited via the ERP system or used for other purposes such as analysis and evaluation. This is independent of the software. Depending on which area you work in or which software tool you and your employees prefer – you decide for yourself.
If you want to switch to SAP S/4 HANA or another ERP in the near future (0-8 months), a later integration into the newer ERP environment makes more sense, since SAP S/4 HANA comes with more up-to-date and standardized interfaces.
Do you want to continue using SAP ECC 6.0? Connect your software using plenudata, the cioplenu middleware and take full advantage of the benefits for your employees and yourself.
Which interface do I need?
Since SAP S/4 sends HANA data in XML format, this format must be converted to a JSON format for the cioplenu software to work with it.
Have you already integrated third-party software into your SAP universe? Then the existing interface should, if practicable, also be used for future integrations.
Would you like to use the interface for other third-party software in the future? Then you should make the interface a bit more generalized in order not to create any restrictions for other software.